Financial Investment Planning - Single Parent
Raising a child on your own is tough in this day and age. There are numerous demands on your time as well as your pocketbook. Managing cash flow, having a long-range investment program and planning for your child's college education are common goals for this life cycle stage.
Financial Investments - Where should you be as a single parent?
The financial planning chart below is only a general representation of the asset allocation for a single parent.
Single Parents Sample Portfolio Asset Allocation
This financial planning allocation is to be used for illustrative purposes only. Each investor has unique needs in regard to his/her objective, time horizon, and risk tolerance. Learn more about your options by reading our Investment FAQs for Single Parents. Investors should always seek the professional guidance of a qualified financial before implementing any investment program.